A few weeks ago while photographing a beautiful waterfall, I was given a tip by a fellow photographer. He said to travel to Kent, NY and visit an amazing serene place. At first I was unaware of what he meant and was a bit skeptical but I decided to travel up North. Beneath the forest and the empty roads of Kent, NY Continue reading “The Photo Week: This Is What Lies Hidden In The Forest”
The one crucial piece of advice that I received when I was starting out was this: “Find Your Signature.” Well that’s easier said then done.
As you know, every photographer is different. We all have a different style, aesthetic and vision on how we see an image. Even Continue reading “The Photo Week: How To Find Your Signature Style”
When we begin our journey as an artist, it’s usually sparked by a piece of art that we’ve seen. Whether it was in a museum, on Instagram or at a local art fair – we know the feeling of looking at a Continue reading “The Photo Week: Is Comparing Yourself a Good or Bad Idea?”
There come’s a time in every artists career where you finish a body of work and then you sort of step back and say “Okay…what do I make next?”
We really don’t stay put and settle because as an artist, our skill Continue reading “The Photo Week: Where Do You Go From Here?”
So last weekend I actually did something that scared the crap out of me…
One of my awesome roller derby friends saw me taking photos of a game. She was getting married and asked me if I could help with the wedding. Naturally I assumed that I would be photographing Continue reading “The Photo Week: How To Not Face Your Fear, But Follow It!”
As a photographer it is always important to keep working. Whether you have a job with a magazine, traveling all over the world or just walking around your neighborhood. It is always vital to keep shooting and to keep picking up the camera because you never know what you will catch. Kind of like Forest Gump without the chocolates (but why wouldn’t you want chocolate right?). The thing that can be tricky though is what if you have no where to go? What if you have taken all of the photos that you think you can? Continue reading “The Photo Week: Making Craters In The Backyard!”
Christmas is only a few days away and people are scrambling all over the streets purchasing last-minute presents. Or if you are like me, you are out to find deals specifically for you! Although it may sound very vain and selfish to purchase things for yourself on Christmas, if you are just starting your photography adventure you are going to buy the most important thing on your list: a camera.
Now for a first timer who walks into a camera shop it can be very overwhelming. There are millions of cameras all out there – how to
It’s December! Can you believe this? Only few weeks until the new year!
And of course this is the time of year where everyone reflects on what has happened in 2015. Since I have been MIA for the last couple of months I will try and fill you in on what I have been brewing up for 2016:
Has anyone ever told you that being an artist or a photographer is nothing but a hobby…not a career?
This has always been a struggle for my when I was growing up. My father would call my love for art and photography a “hobbie” and that it’ll pass – how I needed to focus on something more stable like a desk job. And for a while I did sit behind a desk and
One of the things I absolutely love is nature. I can be surrounded by nature all day and feel nothing but joy! So when Will and I had time to go to one of our favorite parks to photograph, we leaped at the chance.
What happened when we arrived was just an utter shock… Continue reading “The Photo Week: Finding The Beautiful In The Disaster”
Have you ever studied for a big test that you feel confident about..but once you see it you realize that it is nothing like what you studied?
That is what art school was like to so many of my friends. Continue reading “The Photo Week: This Is What Art School Doesn’t Teach You!”
One of the things that people look for in an artist is their sense of style!
I know this may seem like a no-brainer but for creatives who are just starting out, this is one of the toughest things to master. Sometimes it even takes well-known artists YEARS before they can finally settle down with a style that defines Continue reading “The Photo Week: Top 3 Exercises On How To Make Your Art Stand Out!”